Gadget of the Week – Nightingale Smart Home Sleep System

Published on October 5, 2017

Traffic noise, creaky footsteps from the apartment upstairs, music blasting from a party a couple of blocks away – here in Chicago, these late night sounds are commonplace, and they keep plenty of people awake when all they want is to close their eyes and get in a few hours of sleep.

If you’re sick of tossing and turning due to unwanted noise, the Nightingale smart home sleep system may be the solution you’ve been looking for!

A major step up from a conventional white noise machine, the Nightingale system uses two high-end speakers to create a blanket of soothing, ambient sound, perfectly calibrated for the size and shape of your room and completely customizable based on your audio preferences.

You’d be amazed at how much this soothing soundscape can help minimize the effects of the other jarring, unwanted sounds that can keep you up at night! And you don’t have to take our word for it: In a clinical trial with Harvard Medical School, Nightingale was proven to help people fall asleep 38% faster, and Engadget writer James Trew says the device is worth considering as “a permanent fixture” for your sleep routine.

Perhaps the best part of the Nightingale system, though (besides all of that extra time to snooze, of course) is how easy it is to integrate into your home. The sleek, minimalist design allows you to plug the Nightingale speaker into absolutely any outlet without worry, and the pass-through plugs mean that you’re not giving up a valuable socket for the sake of your sleep.

Even better, the Nightingale comes equipped with a multi-colored LED light, and you can easily connect it with the other smart home elements you already have in place, including Amazon Alexa systems and Google Home devices. Nightingale also boasts IFTTT compatibility, and you can control your system from anywhere with the aid of Nightingale’s free smartphone app.

Ready to give this revolutionary, high-tech sleep aid a try in your home – and maybe get the best night’s rest of your life in the process? You can purchase a Nightingale two-pack through a variety of retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy, for around $250.

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